Our Projects

Our projects aim to connect all the essential moving parts of the ecosystem in which small and growing businesses exist. We provide tools that inspire development and innovation, and we help transform businesses by creating the avenue for angel and venture capital investment.

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World Bank and stakeholder support


Investments ranging from GHS 250,000 to GHS2,500,000

Ghana Climate Venture Facility

Innohub Foundation, with a $3.2m support from the World Bank and other stakeholders, has sponsored a new green fund which seeks to address the financing gap for early stage green enterprises in Ghana. The Fund (Wangara Green Ventures Capital Ltd) has a specific focus on climate related SMEs and SMEs in other sectors with best-in-class climate practices.

Break into 2 sentences instead of one: The Fund invests amounts ranging from GHS250,000 to GHS2,500,000 and promotes Ghana’s economic development, job creation, and industrial competitiveness through support for clean technology businesses and industries. This represents some of the most promising and important sectors of the 21st century.

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Ghana Tech Lab

As part of the eTransform Ghana project under the Ministry of Communication, Ghana Tech Lab (mLab) project has been designed to support rapid prototyping of ideas, seeding digital innovations, targeted business incubation and acceleration programs in the digital industries, and to help mitigate some of the challenges identified within the tech ecosystem in Ghana.

The $1.2m project has been setup through an Innohub-Kumasi Hive JV as a strategic ecosystem vehicle. It will accelerate and catalyze the position of Ghana as Africa’s number one (No.1) center for highly-skilled digital workforce/human capital, Ideas to Market Accelerator and a fertile farm for innovative promising startups for early stage investment in Africa.

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Accra Angels Network

Accra Angels Network provides the platform for ‘mid-to-high’ net worth individuals or institutions to invest their funds and resources in Ghanaian based early stage businesses, which have a significant growth potential, a latent ability to generate disproportionate returns, and demonstrable social and economic impact.

Innohub has set up the network as a means to provide alternative sources of funding for small and growing businesses in Ghana, with the Angels able to deploy various kinds of investments instruments.

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